Surfing Port Renfrew &

Jordon River.

Jordon Rivr Surf Report Jordon River on the way to Port Renfrew. Surfing the Jordon River mouth has been a popular recreation since the 60’s. There is even a long standing surf club still used at the camp-grounds to this day.

   Port Renfrew News Article

Photos credit: Rena Kundu Almost every inch of Port Renfrew, B.C., inspires awe – from the tiniest starfish trapped in a tidal pool to the hulking growths of ‘Canada’s gnarliest tree.’


COMPETITION WINNER 2016 Young American Kevin Schulz Storms Cox Bay To Win The 10th Annual Rip Curl Pro Tofino

Canadian Surfing Championship 2016

Why Vancouver Island’s Walbran Valley Matters The Pacific Marine Circle Route in Pictures

Canada’s second largest Douglas fir tree may have been

found near  Port Renfrew

Land of the giants: A wet and wild trip to Port Renfrew Patricia Coppard / Times Colonist
Port Renfrew businesses call on B.C. to halt logging of ancient trees

Rip Curl Tofino

Leah Oke takes 1st place in Longboard Womens and 4th in the Womans Pro/Am Final. Updated: It is official. It’s been confirmed by the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations that the Douglas Fir tree standing alone in a clearcut near Port Renfrew is the second largest tree in the country. ‘Big Lonely Doug’ has been measured and is 230 feet high, with a circumference of 39 feet. “Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.” – Gary Snyder
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NOVEMBER 10, 2017  Port Renfrew community reborn, and it’s a gas Jack Knox/Times Colonist
Read about why every inch of Port Renfrew is awe inspiring.  By Donald Lovegrove, November 12th, 2015,  Conservation, Environment, Parks & Trails, Port Renfrew, South Island